Top Shelf rolls out their new webcomic anthology thingamajiggy, Top Shelf 2.0, including Kagan McLeod’s Infinite Kung Fu among other awesomeness.
Curious what the cover of Doom Patrol #89 (August, 1964, first appearance of The Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man) looks like? Or any other comic, for that matter? Check out the bottomless treasure trove that is the Grand Comic Book Database, home to over 150,000 scanned comic book covers and counting.
Read 61 pages of post-Rapture Chicago with a Raven and a Mummy from Therefore, Repent!, a graphic novel written by the Gutter’s founding editor and former Evil Overlord, Jim Munroe.
Ever wanted a comprehensive collection of comic book “nadshots”? Ah, the good old internet. (Thanks Ezra).
In reprinting, Batman by Dostoyevsky, Brian Hughes reveals an existential truth: “Everything’s better with Batman.” (Make sure to follow his Kafkaesque Superboy link, too).
This pitch by Tin Tin Pantoja reimagining Wonder Woman as a manga-style magical girl is pretty sweet.